Conway: ‘We Are Pretty Hopeful About Health Care Because It Is a Moral Imperative’

‘This president is not going to abandon the over 20 million Americans who do not have health care’

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CONWAY: "We are pretty hopeful about health care because it’s a moral imperative. This president is not going to abandon the over 20 million Americans who do not have health care. 6.5 million who decided to pay $3 billion in taxes and penalties to the IRS rather than get basic ObamaCare. The governors asking for more flexibility. $45 billion in opioid funding in the Senate bill. If there are so many great features of health care reform that should be easy, but some of the most popular ones require 60 votes in the Senate. Across state lines sale of health insurance, drug pricing, health plans where different individuals who don’t get employer-based insurance and government-based insurance coverage can pull together and share the costs and risks." 

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